The convoluted draw for Euro 2021 is over and we now know the groups that will make up the pan-continental tournament next summer.
England will meet Czech Republic and the Croatia, and the winner of a dam which could be their oldest rival, Scotland if the Scots triumph in March. Sports enthusiasts from around the world can purchase England vs Czech Republic Tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.
Wales will meet Switzerland and Turkey in Baku before traveling to Rome to face Group A favorite Italy. The indisputable “group of the dead” includes the winners of the 2014 World Cup, Germany, the reigning world champions, France, and the reigning European champions, Portugal.
This will be the first Euro Cup competition to be played across the region, using 12 different venues from Dublin to Baku, starting on Friday, June 12 in Rome and culminating on Sunday, July 12 in London.
It’s still the moment: eight months after the last big tournament in England, they are back in the battle for a place at the next one – the 2021 Euros. Gareth Southgate’s men are (whisper it) nailed to the favorites to dominate their qualifying group, which includes Bulgaria, Montenegro, Kosovo and tonight’s opponents – arguably the toughest of the lot – the Czech Republic.
Southgate stayed with many players who exceeded expectations so gloriously last summer while showing a willingness to trust promising youngsters: his qualifying team includes Jadon Sancho, who will turn 19 next week and impress in the Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund and West Ham midfielder Declan Rice, 20, who got his first call after changing allegiance from the Republic of Ireland.
After injuries saw four players withdraw, Southgate drafted a few late additions: Southampton free-kick specialist James Ward-Prowse, 24, and peloton baby, 18-year-old Chelsea winger Callum Hudson -Odoi – even if he has yet to make a Premier League debut.
In recent years, both teams have qualified consistently unless the three Lions reach Euro 2008. However, English football is at its peak after fourth place in the World Cup in last summer and qualifying for the UEFA Nations League semi-finals, Gareth Southgate’s men will expect nothing less than three points tonight. Presents by Mark Pougatch, with analysis by Lee Dixon and Ian Wright and comments by Glenn Hoddle and Clive Tyldesley.
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